As some of you may have noticed, our last couple of resource packs have contained PNG image files instead of our usual PDF files. Here we’ll explain why we’re introducing them and how you can go about using them.
This fun poster from The Food Guide displays 350 foods from around the world, each with an accompanying checkbox. The idea being that when you eat an item on the list, you can tick it off for your own records.
Here at PaperZip, we had no idea you could get creative backing paper. These huge sections of paper come in all sorts of patterns and are sure to liven up a boring white wall.
If you ever wanted to display your favourite book, you now have an option.
Create a classroom timeline! I’ve tried scrapbooks, etc., but they’re often difficult to maintain. With this timeline it’s incredibly visual, and always reminds you to keep it up to date. It would also work great for showing a timeline of …